Krista Tippett coming to Easton’s Avalon Theatre

•October 4, 2016 • Leave a Comment

I’ve been listening to Krista Tippett‘s fantastic public radio show On Being, and its previous iteration Speaking of Faith, for what feels like 20 years. It’s fabulous. We’re so lucky that she is coming to Easton in November for an onstage conversation with tech entrepreneur Anil Dash. Tickets are cheap – $15 for general admission and $35 for general admission and an autographed copy of Krista’s beautiful new book Becoming Wise. Their conversation will be about civility in technology. We could use some more civility in everything, especially technology, these days. I can’t wait!

Here’s a link to a Ted talk on compassion Krista did in 2010, and a Washington Post story about her new book from earlier this year.

If you’re a public radio fan and live anywhere around Delmarva, you’re going to want to come to this. Click below for tickets.

Avalon Theatre, Easton, MD
Krista Tippett Being On With Krista Tippett
November 17
Anil Dash
An evening at the Avalon Theatre with Public Radio Host Krista Tippett
Emerging Technologies and
Old-Fashioned Civics —
A Conversation with Anil Dash,
tech entrepreneur
Experience a live conversation led by On Being radio host Krista Tippett, journalist, author and National Humanities Medal winner. Onstage at the Avalon Theatre, Tippett will interview Anil Dash, an entrepreneur, activist and advocate working to make technology and the tech industry more humane, inclusive and ethical. This conversation will be recorded for broadcast. On Being is a top iTunes podcast, airs on over 400 national public radio stations and is distributed by PRX (Public Radio Exchange.)
Thursday, November 17, 2016 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Avalon Theatre 40 East Dover St., Easton, MD 21601
Tickets: $15 for General Admission or $35 for General
Admission including an autographed copy of Krista’s
new book Becoming Wise.
Purchase tickets online at
or leave a message at 410-820-5433.
Presented by The Aspen Institute Wye Fellows
and Dock Street Foundation.
The Aspen Institute Wye Fellows Dock Street Foundation
click here for tickets
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August Tomatoes by Don Ziegler

•August 19, 2016 • 2 Comments

August Tomatoes

Having cycled a zillion years
Or two
I need to pinch myself.
Am I in heaven?
In between?
Or have I really returned
Into the summer fields of Lancaster County?
Over my head in sweet corn.
Butter, salt on the skin of my chin.
Down breeze of sun dried alfalfa.
How can I tell them?
The way muskmelon melts under the nose.
The roar of August tomatoes.
How Katydids hammer the oak trees at night.
How the cicada spirals my body outward
Singing me back to the Light.



I could be present in the beautiful moment…

•August 10, 2016 • 4 Comments

…..but instead I seem to have been squinting and texting on the dock last evening, the only August 9th of the year.


Thanks for the reminder, KG.

Kathybosindock 8-9-16

#chesbay #July

•July 23, 2016 • Leave a Comment

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Should the US Save Tangier Island? – NYTimes

•July 7, 2016 • 1 Comment

Check out this article, coming out in Sunday’s NYTimes. And while you’re contemplating that question, let’s revisit the beautiful piece by Lynn Tomlinson about Holland Island, which is now long lost, sunk into the #chesbay.




#Claiborne before the storm

•May 22, 2016 • 2 Comments


Meet Florence Sherwood

•May 21, 2016 • 2 Comments

It has been an honor and a privilege to be part of the team bringing the Ruth Starr Rose exhibition to Easton, where the artworks of a strong, progressive woman 86 years ago are as alive and meaningful to our community today as ever.

On Thursday, Florence Sherwood of Talbot County marched up the steps of the Armory into the exhibit looking for a photograph. Of course we knew exactly what photograph she was talking about. Listen to her story here, of the day 59 years ago that some 30 people from the tiny African American Talbot County villages of Copperville and Longwoods were invited for a tour of the White House by President and Mamie Eisenhower.

Florence was 15 at the time of her visit, the same age that Ruth Starr Rose was when she arrived on the Eastern Shore of Maryland from Wisconsin at the turn of the last century. Rose was as wide-eyed at the culture and world she found here as Florence and her group must have been at the White House in 1957.

<p><a href=”″>Chesapeake Journal – Meet Florence Sherwood</a> from <a href=”″>Kathy Bosin</a> on <a href=””>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p>


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